Allison Kunath: Fit For A Goddess

You may be familiar with Allison Kunath  from our Art Blossom feature some time last year. She has since grown as an artist and as a person and now has ventured into the world of fashion.  She is currently amidst the launch of her first garment, a dress. Allison has never gone to fashion school and … Continue reading

Jessica Erler: Juicy J

Think about your favorite food. Think about any food you like for that matter. Think about what you want for breakfast tomorrow. Now erase that idea from your brain. Imagine being asked to do without solid food for three days  to clear your digestive system. Could you do it? Of course you could but your … Continue reading

Kelly Van Patter: Green Consumption

“Your attitude towards money is something you learn growing up.” Kelly utters, as she shuffles through her back pack to lend me a pen made out of recycled water bottles. Kelly Van Patter is a radical consumer, she goes out of her way to purchase and support economically conscious and green businesses. She comments on … Continue reading

VII Winners: High Style Dream Team

Los Angeles Tens to be a place that operates as a dog eat dog world. If you are promoting yourself you have little time to spare those impressions in service of another. This model hasn’t always proven to be to most effective or sustainable. At its onset VII Winners  was comprised longtime friends Briggs, and … Continue reading

Brigham Yen: DTLA at Large

If you live in the Downtown Los Angeles area, you’ve read some of Brigham’s words. If you haven’t then you should. The editor of  DTLA Rising is originally from Utah but has become a resource to all with his real estate endeavors and a soundboard for all developments in the downtown area. Brigham isn’t just selling … Continue reading

Malcom Mays releases Dichotomy

Born on the day of love, this multi-talented young heartthrob learned to harness his ability to sing, dance, rap, write, act, direct and play piano, into a multi pronged weapon that he utilizes within his greater artistic disposal. Quite literally, Malcom Mays is an army of talent laying the foundation for a career in the entertainment … Continue reading

Kickstarter Watch: Aisha Mandel

Citizens Of Culture believes that helping each other is one of the only ways we will succeed as a community. We’ve decided to add a monthly Kickstarter feature to help get the word out about projects that need our support. First we’d like to highlight Aisha Mandel, a budding author from Minneapolis Minnesota. “A book … Continue reading

Donny Jackson’s One Man Shown

Whether a fan of spoken word poetry, live  theater, or simply a fan of people in general here is something that you are certain to enjoy. Donny Jackson, in collaboration with Green Way Arts Alliance presents, a compelling night of theater and spoken word. One Man Shown is delivered in stories by a grandmother, police officer, … Continue reading

Lola Blanc releases Bad Tattoo

Los Angeles is full of people that look interesting as a profession, but sometimes the look is about all you get. When I met with Lola Blanc she was wearing a purple cheerleader skirt, a clear plastic trench coast, with a black crop top and a spike choker. She looked like the most popular girl … Continue reading

Jet, a short Film by Jordan Chesney

As an independent artist it is rare that you will have everything you need to complete your project. You have to make things happen with all the resources at your disposal, help from friends, and loads of creativity. Jordan Chesney, is film maker that has a full understanding of this and has recently re-release a … Continue reading